JAMMIN JAVA CORP (NASDAQOTCBB:JAMN)

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Player Avatar TSIF (99.96) Submitted: 5/2/2011 7:09:47 PM : Underperform Start Price: $3.24 JAMN Score: +52.38

I've seen some of the "Coffee" sellers really benefit over the last few years from America's habit and quest for convenience. Besides Starbux and Dunkin Donuts, we have the rise of the K-Cups and other "quick fixes". Despite the historical data on the success of this mult-billion industry, Jammin Java Corp is extremely OVER Caffinated at these levels. In fact, I wouldn't give you the cost of a single K-Cup for a share.

Jammin Java Corp is an OB stock that has just enough press release to seem legit, but at WHAT VALUATION, or do speculators...errr...I mean investors really care or know how to value a company. HInt people...you don't go from $2 per share to $3.20 in five days, (we'll get back to how you were even at $2 per share in a moment), just because you sold out a "limited run" of your coffee at a deal of the day on Amazon.com. Yes, you sold something on Amazon....(don't tell anyone, but pretty much anyone can sell on Amazon...shssss), good for you, but your market cap increased by $50 Milliion because you had a limited run on Amazon???

Now back to the $2 per share before the caffination spike. Your share price has an asset value of about $0.01 per share and that's being generous. You're now at 390 times your book value.

You started as an exploratory company in Nevada to recycle electronics, decided you couldn't make it at that business and swapped some shares for rights to come coffee. You have NO employees other than management and you as of your Dec 10-Q you have less $640,739 of assets of which $640,000 is your licensing agreement. You're $54,000 in the hole with loans from your director.

I think you need to sell a lot more K-Cups to be worth your $0.01 book value, let alone the $3.00 speculation you're currently at.

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20 Dec, 2010, 10-Q:

"The Company was incorporated on September 27, 2004 under its former name "Global Electronic Recovery Corp." (the "Company," "we," and "us"). Our resident agent is Empire Stock Transfer of Nevada located at 2470 Saint Rose Parkway, Suite 304, Henderson, Nevada. Prior to February 25, 2008, we were engaged in the recycling of electronic waste in the city of Los Angeles, California. We commenced limited operations including a feasibility study and the search for an appropriate facility location. We also joined various recycling organizations to assist in the marketing of our recycling facility. As our management conducted due diligence on the electronic waste recycling industry, management realized that this industry did not present the best opportunity for our company to realize value for our shareholders. In an effort to substantiate shareholder value, the Company then sought to identify, evaluate and investigate various companies and compatible or alternative business opportunities with the intent that, should the opportunity arise, a new business be pursued.

On February 5, 2008 we incorporated a subsidiary named Marley Coffee Inc. On February 25, 2008 we changed our name from "Global Electronic Recovery Corp." to "Marley Coffee Inc." when we merged our subsidiary, Marley Coffee Inc., into our company. "

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Member Avatar TSIF (99.96) Submitted: 5/4/2011 12:55:40 PM
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Hmmm, three players using my pitch as support for their own calls and no recs? Oh well, at least there are signs my pitches are being read.

Just a note that I expect the 20% jump in GMCR to keep Jammin share pice up a little bit the next day or so. The ads/spam on this one multiplied and some new coffee bag holders are jumping in. Too bad for them that the grinds are already getting stale.

Member Avatar TSIF (99.96) Submitted: 5/6/2011 3:18:59 PM
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Ok, I "feel better now!" ;)

Thanks for the support!!!!

Looks like Jammin may be willing to start oscillating down some as well in support of my over caffinated call!!!

Member Avatar moitie (< 20) Submitted: 5/11/2011 6:41:29 PM
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Well, maybe not. 20% gain today. Here the latest news from Yahoo Finance:

- Jammin Java Coffee to Exhibit at National Restaurant Association ShowPR Newswire(Tue, May 10)
- JAMMIN JAVA CORP. Files SEC form 8-K, Other EventsEDGAR Online(Mon, May 9)
- Coffeewiz.com First Company to Retail Jammin Java Coffee Pods After NAMA ShowPR Newswire(Mon, May 9)

I'm tempted...

Member Avatar thepull (99.48) Submitted: 5/12/2011 2:50:38 AM
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I heard about this at the poker table today as the local penny stock sucker was bragging about how much money he made on this. That is usually a sign that the ride is about over.

Member Avatar TSIF (99.96) Submitted: 5/12/2011 7:25:47 PM
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Moitie, this is for daytrading with eyes wide open.

Look at the last two weeks of LEXG.OB and let me know if you'd want to be the one that bought and stubbornly held!
http://finance.yahoo.com/echarts?s=LEXG.OB+Interactive#chart1:symbol=lexg.ob;range=1m;indicator=volume;charttype=line;crosshair=on;ohlcvalues=0;logscale=on;source=undefined

thepull; yep, you gotta know when to hold 'em and know when to fold 'em. I'd rather not "play 'em" if the deck was stacked and I didn't know it.

Member Avatar 1022ThirdAvenue (< 20) Submitted: 5/17/2011 11:48:34 PM
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It is amazing that Motley Fool could not publish anything on Jammin Java Corporation until 2nd May 2011.

I have been blogging about this company since 23rd December 2010: then I called Jammin Java Corporation a "pump and dump" stock SCAM. Later, I predicted when the "dump" would occur. I was not too far off the mark.

For about 6 weeks, I have been working on a theory as to the identity of this "John Bell" person that had the advertisements on finance.yahoo.com promoting this SCAM. That work will be published on my blog in about two to three days.

Certainly Motley Fool can do better than be six months behind in reporting such events.

Nathan A. Busch

Member Avatar TSIF (99.96) Submitted: 5/18/2011 11:11:57 AM
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Nathan, since you've been registered on Motley Fool Since Oct 2009, certainly you are aware that it's an investment "community". While it does point out equities that have been heavily promoted and while there are "members" who specialize in these type of promoted companies, it is not the purpose of Motley Fool to call out or label equities SCAM or Pump and Dumps. While I, and several others, personally track "promoted" stocks whose share price and business outlook are far below it's market cap it's up to other investors to help identify suspicious activity.

I can tell you that calling a company a Pump and Dump or a SCAM is not the best approach. There are several that bite back by subpoenaing your email and other records. While they are unlikely to make a case against you for libel, it is a serious breach of privacy.

As a member of Motley Fool, feel free to ask a ticker to be added and blog or pitch them in any manner you chose. MF is very prompt to add tickers through the contact us link at the top of the page. The equity must have a trading volume that meets the threshold and at least $0.50 share price. I don't think Jammin meet this until Feb 3rd.

I'm certain that your great wisdom and expertise will be appreciated by your identifying suspicious valuations and backing your call with meaninful data. Unless you do your part, then critiquing others after the fact is simply not productive.

P.S. "That work will be published on my blog in about two to three days" ......

And why did that take you six months to do and weeks longer than MF calling this one to task??? Maybe you need to write for Citron or Seeking Alpha that looks for factual information.

Member Avatar King2061 (< 20) Submitted: 5/19/2011 5:21:53 PM
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The trend is your friend. This one is going vertical.

Member Avatar TSIF (99.96) Submitted: 5/20/2011 5:06:16 PM
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Yes, quite certainly. The question is vertically up again before the fuel is fully exhausted and it crashes to earth, or vertically down as gravity finishes sucking it in? I would think down with maybe some skips as it ricochets off the bottom.

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